Brandon Elkins exploded for 27 points as Scott held off host Sissonville 68-63 Thursday night in boys basketball, handing the Class AA No. 9 Indians their fourth straight loss.
Jagger Bell added 24 points for the Skyhawks, who led 36-27 at the break.
Chance Brown knocked down 15 points for the Indians (12-8), and Zach McCutcheon chipped in 14.
Chapmanville 80, Wayne 47: Drew Williamson registered a triple-double with 30 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds as Chapmanville cruised past visiting Wayne.
Devin Collins collected 14 points and Hunter Neil added 11 for the Class AA No. 4 Tigers (18-4). Justice Ramey-Ross powered the Pioneers with 13 points.
Valley 65, Sherman 50: Dondre Davis scored a career-best 23 points to pace the host Greyhounds (11-9) to victory.
Also for Valley, Spencer Dean had 13 points. For the Tide (7-11), Will Hensley tallied 19 points.
Braxton County 75, Tyler Consolidated 56: Tayton Stout exploded for 28 points as Braxton County picked up a home win.
Jacob Oates chipped in 14 points and Heath Cottrill contributed 11 for the Eagles. Jace Reed scored 15 points to lead the Knights, while Dylan Roberts had 12 and Griffin Phillips added 10.
Clay County 66, Ritchie County 62: Thomas Haverty and Isaac Workman each dropped in 21 points and Nate Canfield 10 to lead the victorious host Panthers (4-17) in a Little Kanawha Conference placement game.
For the Rebels, Chase Sullivan had 17 points, Clayton Bee 14 and Shawn Spencer 13.
Williamstown 57, Webster County 56: Isaac Brown hit a free throw with nine seconds remaining to lift the Yellowjackets to a road win.
Brown finished with 23 points and Josh Fowell fired in 14 for Williamstown (13-8). Dalton Grey tallied 18 points and 13 rebounds and Dorian Groggs and Hayden Williams each scored 11 for the Highlanders (12-9).
Riverside 65, Hurricane 45: Jasmine Simms and Haley Carroll each fired in 15 points as Riverside picked up a win at home.
Carly Price (12 points, 12 rebounds) and Ashley Hancock (11 points, 11 rebounds) each tallied a double-double for the Warriors (10-12). Callen Bostic buried four 3-pointers on her way to a game-high 24 points to lead the Redskins (1-20).
Spring Valley 73, Capital 46: Haley McComas netted 19 points as Spring Valley picked up a road victory.
Morgan Vaughn scored 16 points and Jaida Adkins added 10 for the Timberwolves. Jertaya Hall had 19 points for the Cougars, while Danijah Allen chipped in 11 and Sade Moore had 10.
Greenbrier East 43, Poca 34: The Class AAA No. 7 Spartans outscored the Dots 29-14 in the second half to hang on for a home win.
Haley McLure led Greenrier East (18-4) with 16 points. Aubrey Chandler scored 14 points and Casey Skeens scored 11 for Class AA No. 10 Poca (16-6).
Fayetteville 51, Greenbrier West 23: Autumn Hill scored 17 points and Kendall Malay added 12 points, seven assists and six steals for the host Pirates (17-4).
Caroline Fenton had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Wayne 60, Lincoln County 45: Aerial Adkins bombed in 30 points and Maddie Wilcox 17 to lead the visiting Pioneers (13-9).
For the Panthers (12-9), Robin Pennington had 16 points and Courtney McComas 11.
Nicholas County 64, Midland Trail 38: Anna Hamilton had 25 points and 15 rebounds as Nicholas County rolled to a road win.
Emily Parker chipped in 12 points for the Grizzlies (18-4). Jenny Wilson paced the Patriots with 11 points.
Summers County 52, Bluefield 46: Brittney Justice recorded 16 points and 15 rebounds as host Class A No. 2 Summers County upset Class AA No. 1 Bluefield.
Whittney Justice scored 18 points and Hannah Taylor tacked on 10 points and 10 boards for the Bobcats (20-2). Dani Janutulo scored 14 points to lead the Beavers (18-2) and Autumn Spangler scored 12.
Cross Lanes Christian 71, Victory Baptist 19: Myra Cuffee poured in 25 points as Cross Lanes Christian won in the opening round of the West Virginia Christian Athletic Tournament in Summersville.
Jessica Kendrick and Abby Jeffrey each added 11 points for the Warriors (22-1). Emily Markhamm scored 13 points to lead Victory. Cross Lanes meets Teays Valley Christian Friday.
Princeton 51, PikeView 42: Taylor Scott tallied 27 points and Jamie Vest 15 to pace the visiting Tigers to a win.
The Panthers (8-13) received double-doubles from Shiloh Bailey (15 points, 16 rebounds) and Laken McKinney (12 points, 17 rebounds).